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EQUESTRIAN 1982 



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Dedicated to Rev. Thomas £. Wilson 



His ministry led him to pastorates in North Carolina and New York; to public school 
classrooms in Tennessee; to the campus of West Coast Bible College and in 1977 to the 
campus of East Coast Bible College. Even though he was only with us for five years, 
Brother Wilson was quickly recognized as a man of conviction which gave us strength 
and guidance. Because of his devoted service the student body dedicates this yearbook 
to Rev. Thomas E. Wilson. 





1981 (Lquedtrian 
Volume 6 
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Dr. Henry Smith 
President 



Mr. Sammy Oxendine 
Dean of the College 



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Mr. Jimmy Hutchinson 
Dean of Men 



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Miss Vickey Tabor 
Dean of Women 



Mr. Michael Baker 
Church Music 



Mr. Glenn Sauls 
Church Music 



Mr. Eddy Wilson 
Church Music 



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Mr. Bobby Gilley 
Dean of Students 



Mr. Kenneth Bell 
Director, Bus. Affairs 




Mr. Thomas Wilson Dr. G.D. Voorhis 

Biblical Studies Biblical Studies 



Mrs. Faye Whitten Mr. Andrew Blackmon 
Biblical Studies Christian Education 



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Class Of 1982 




Joey Miller 



Norman Rush 




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Lance Schaeffer 


Billy Short 




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Linda Strickland 



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Somewhere God has a place for you, 

That is all your own, 

Somewhere is work that your hand can do, 

And yours alone. 

Whether afar over land and sea, 

Or close at your door, may the duty be, 

It calls for your service full and free! 

Take your place. 

Somewhere the world has a desert spot, 

Your toil might fill, 

Somewhere a life whose loveless lot, 

Your love might fill. 

If the place that waits be high or low, 

Question not, cry not — onward go!! 

The Lord's battle needs every blow — 

Take Your Place. 




Linda Mears 



Class Of 1983 





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Brenda Whittington Clark Whittington 



God help us see beyond the now to the before, 
and note with tenderness what lies between 
— and love the more! 




Valarie Wood 




Wayne Adams Tom Andrufski Becky Burris Derick Cherry Mike Childers 



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Tony Collins Mike Courson David Cox Winston Davis Bonnie Demby 




Lorraine Hodges Mark Joplin Debbie Killman Keith Lairsey 



Class Of 1984 




Fly humbly, 
When you Fly, 

Walk. 
When you can. 



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Liz Bradfield Tim Brisson Teresa Brown Yvette Bunn David Tucker 



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Mike Carroll Paula Carter Colleen Cartwright Mark Combs Melinda Cooper 

Sherry Corn Scott Currin James Denning Jerry Edge Dan Faulkenberry 




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Steve Fleck Robbin Givens Kathy Gore Joyce Grant Darlene Griffy 




Tina Hill Monroe Hodges Bonnie Hylton Becky James Eugene Johnson 

Mark Johnson Stephen Jones Ronnie Juka Mike Lairsey Ken Langley 





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I leave myself awhile 

to let my thoughts explore 

all God has made and More. 




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Welton Wriston 



When I said, darkness will surely 
trample me down, then to my great 
joy, night was luminous. 




Second Semester 
Freshman, 
Transfer Students, 
And Make -Up 
Pictures 




Superlatives 
'82 



Most Talented: David Culberson and Patti Phillips (Not 



pictured) 




Best Looking: Teresa Dixon and Mike Fowler 



Best All Around: David Culberson and Patti Phillips (Not 
pictured) 




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Most Likely To Succeed: Norman Rush and Linda Stride- Most School Spirit: Rusty Spear and Vicki Wetzel 




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Su-per-la-tive, Adj. 1. of the highest 
kind of order; surpassing all other or others; 
supreme; extreme. 2. being more than is 
proper or normal. 

Leadership ability, academic achievement, 
athletic fervor, and outgoing personality are 
the characteristics recognized by the stu- 
dent body when choosing the superlative 
award winners. 




Best Personality: Rusty Spear and Terri Eubanks 




Wittiest: Valarie Wood and Tim Lanier 



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About 
Campus 




Monroe Hodges gets physical. 



Dean Oxendine — Hard at work 



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Larry, Dale, Rick, Mike, and Clark cram for a Voorhis exam. 




Susie Wiggins — Loves History of Civ. workbooks 




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I LIKE YOU 
YOU LIKE ME 
LET'S KEEP E.C.B.C. 
AS CLEAN AS CAN HE 

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C. U. P. — strikes again!!! 



Dean Gilley teaches his Greeks the ropes 



50's or 80's — only Todd Phillips knows for sure 




Mike Childers prepares to jam 



All work and no play for Yvette Bunn 



Top Left: Miss Tabor plans cruel and unusual punishment 
for her C. E. students. Top Right: Valarie Wood poses in her 
new night gown. Bottom Left: Winston Davis can't believe 
Mr. Leggett would ask such a question. Bottom Right: David 
Ruzzo experiences Carowinds newest ride, the E. C. B. C. 
elevator. 




WORSHIP . . . 





An Integral 
Part of 
E.C.B.C 



Linda Strickland knew she should have had 
Jello instead. 



Terri Eubanks can't believe her grade! 




Kim Hill — Phi Sigma Chi Sweetheart 




Steve Fleck — Macho Man. 




Top: Carol and Yvette plan their weekly 
activities. Bottom Left: Mike and Shirley 
rest after a long rehearsal. Bottom Right: 
Bob Case masters taking notes in Mr. 
Blackmon's class. 



SPORTS 
SPORTS 


SPORTS 
SPORTS 
SPORTS 




Soccer 

at 

East 

Coast 



Coach Hutchinson discusses battle plans 




Before a 
Big game 
The Coach 
Warms Up 
His Cavaliers. 




The referee starts off the game. 



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Soccer can be very physical! 



Throughout the 
game the lead 
was in the air, 
but at the 
end, the favor 
fell to the 
Riders. (3 to 2) 



Get 'em Cavaliers! 




LADY CAVALIERS VOLLEYBALL 1 982 




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Coach — Jimmy Hutchinson 
Asst. Coach — Rusty Spear 




Debbie Pegram 



Bonnie Demby 



Shirley Sessoms 



Valarie Wood 



The 1981-82 volleyball team was dominated by Freshmen. There were only two upperclassmen to 
return this season. Despite the lack of experienced players the team had a great season. The closing re- 
cord was 12 wins and 15 losses. Our team has come a long way and they are expecting a better sea- 
son next year. Good luck Lady Cavaliers! 





James R. Hutchinson 
Head Coach 



Mr. J. R. Hutchinson came to East Coast in the 
Fall of 1976 as a student. He graduated in the 
Spring of 1981 with a Bachelor of Science de- 
gree in Biblical studies and Christian Educa- 
tion. Now as Head Coach and Dean of Men, 
his work is an example to others. 



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Homer Lowdermilk David Culberson 




Welton Wriston 



Mike Carroll 



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Tim Gore 



Wayne Miller 



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Winston Davis Deron Lee Mike Childers Roland Setzer 

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Tournament of Champions! 
Power! At the Tip Off. 

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Jr. Tucker calls time out! 



Cavalier's Score Sheet 

* Appalachian Bible 49-53 L 

* Southern Methodist 71-40 W 

Heritage (P.T.L.) 73-50 W 

Interdenominational Trinity. . . . 54-64 L 

Piedmont Bible 66-65 W 

Columbia Bible 45-63 L 

* Southern Methodist 55-44 W 

* Appalachian Bible 60-46 W 

* Appalachian Bible 48-44 W 

* Southern Methodist 57-39 W 

Baptist University 62-94 L 

* Southern Methodist 56-40 W 

Heritage (P.T.L.) 56-54 W 

* Conference Games 




Great block, David Culberson! 
Homer claims the victory! 




Cavalier 

Cheerleaders 




Several factors contributed to E.C.B.C. having a great ball team this year. One of these was the 1981 
1 982 Cheerleading Squad. These girls were very busy promoting school spirit with various activities such as 
pep rallies, a spirit booth (for which they won first prize in the Campus Day booth contest), secret pals 
and sweeties, purchasing boutinierres for the S.C.A.C. tournament, selling spirit pins, yell-a-phones, pom- 
poms, and a variety of other activities. Many hours of hard work and practice were put in by each mem- 
ber of the squad. It has not always been easy to find time for all they have been called upon to do but 
through sacrifice and dedicated service they have made this year a little better for all of us. Their motto 
"We Love Our Team" will be a fond memory for us in years to come. The members of the Equestrian 
staff, as well as the rest of the student body, would like to say "We Love Our Cheerleaders." 







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Vicki Wetzel — Captain 3 yrs. 




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Linda Mears — Co-Captain 3 yrs. 




Becky Burr is 2 yrs. 



Jerri Bauman 1 yr. 







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TEAM! 



"I am honored that you have chosen me 
to represent you — East Coast Bible Col- 
lege. This is a day I will always cherish. 
When things go wrong and times get 
rough, I will look back on this moment and 
smile. 

I still can't believe it. You've chosen 
ME!" 

— Terri Eubanks 





The Queen 





The Court 

Terri Eubanks 
Senior: Christian Ed. 
Escort: Tony Collins 



Vicki Wetzel 

Junior: Music 

Escort: Roland Setzer 






Yvette Bunn 
Freshman: Biblical 

Studies 
Escort: Joey Miller 



Lorraine Hodges 
Sophomore: Music 
Escort: David Cox 



Bonnie Demby 
Sophomore: 
Christian School 
Escort: Tim Rollins 





The Game 



The Queen and Her Court 



The Banquet 




ORGANIZATIONS 



Student 

Government 

Association 




FALL 
FESTIVAL 



The S.G.A. spooked 
the campus with a haunt- 
ed house and a cos- 
tume party. 




UADCRS OF TOMORROW! 



CAMPUS 
DAY 



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V. PRES. PAFTI PH1U/PS 
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The S.G.A. participated in 
the welcoming of visitors to 
our campus. 



HOMECOMING 








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CLASS OFFICERS 




Freshmen: Pres. — Wayne Miller; Secretary — Yvette 
Bunn; Treasurer — Bonnie Hylton 



Sophomores: Pres. — Korey Long; Secretary — Lorraine 
Hodges. 




PIONEERS FOR CHRIST 




Officers (L to R) Tammy Harmon, Valarie Wood, Bonnie Hylton, Korey Long — Vice Pres., Tim Gore — Pres. 



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Members: Bottom Row (L to R) Bonnie Hylton, Carolyn Smith, Brenda Whittington, Becky Burris, 
Loraine Hodges, Alice Harris, Shirley Sessoms, Teresa Dixon, Linda Mears, Debbie Metiver, Melinda 
Cooper, Loraine Smith. 2nd Row (L to R) Renae Rice, Terri Bauman, Teresa Brown, Susie Wiggins, 
Vicki Williams, Kathy Gore, Yuette Bunn, Liz Bradfield, Vicki Wetzel, Linda Bentley, Kim Pack, Kim Hill. 
3rd Row (L to R) Clark Whittington, Bobby Bayles, Dan Lint, Billy Short, Kevin Pack, Marty Sutton. 
Back Row (L to R) Mike Fowler, Mark Cole, Keith Larsey, Mike Courson, Rick Hudson. 



INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE 




Members: Back to Front (L to R) Mark Johnson, Sherry Corn, Tim Brisson, 
Monroe Hodges, Deron Lee, Tim Lanier, Mike Childers, David Culdberson, Mike 
Carrol. 




EAST 

COAST 

CHORALE 

Members: (Back row, left-right) — Kriss Fox, Monroe Hodges, Mike Carrol, David Culberson, 
Keith Lairsey, Deron Lee, Rick Hudson, Welton Wriston. (Middle row, left-right) — Alan McMona- 
gle, Phillip King, Kim Hill, Teresa Brown, Terri Bauman, Becky Burris, Donna Christy, Sherry 
Corn, Tim Brisson, Marty Sutton. (Front row, left-right) — Dan Lint, Mike Fowler, Shirley Ses- 
soms, Susie Wiggins, Loraine Hodges, Vicki Wetzel, Linda Mears, Mark Johnson, Mike Childers. 




Chorale 
Director: 
Mr. Eddy Wilson 




Dayspring 



Both Dayspring and Covenant 
are promotional touring groups for 
East Coast. Their heaviest 
schedule is during the summer 
months. They sing in youth 
camps, camp meetings, churches, 
and youth rallies up and down 
the eastern seaboard and through- 
out the Mississippi Valley. Many 
East Coast students first heard of 
E.C.B.C. through their ministry in 
song. 




Members: David Culberson, Loraine Hodges, Tina Hill, Glen Sauls, Mark 
Johnson, Luella Sauls. 




COVENANT 




Members: Sammy Oxendine, Phil Smith, Tim Lanier, Eddy Wilson, David Culberson. 





Members: (Left to Right) Alan McMonagle, Tim Lanier, 
Rick Hudson, Bobby Bailey, Tim Rollins, Wayne Miller, Wei- 
ton Wriston, Mike Carroll, David Culberson, Clark Whit- 
tington, Todd Phillips, Mike Fowler, Deron Lee, Joey Miller, 
Phillip King, Winston Davis, Dan Lint, Rusty Spear. 



Phi 

Sigma 

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1981-82 Sweetheart — Kim Hill 




1981-82 Beau — Mark Cole 



Officers 

Linda Mears — President 

Vicki Wetzel — Vice-president 



Delta 

Zeta 

Phi 



CD 



Members — 

Seated — Kathy Gore, 

Carol Blake, Debbie Killman, 

Left to Right 

Yvette Bunn, Linda Strickland, 

Vicki Williams, Vicki Wetzel, 

Linda Mears 





Terri Bauman 



Rusty Spear 



EQUESTRIAN 
STAFF 



Terri Eubanks 





COASTLINER 
STAFF 



Editor: Tim Lanier 




(Left to Right) Terri Bauman, Tim Lanier, and Becky Burris 



MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION 




AUXILIARY FACULTY 

Mr. Richard Leggett — Physical Science Mrs. Ruby Baker — Piano and Organ 




Mrs. Jean Wilson - 


— President's Secretary 


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Mr. Don. Gulledge — Maintenance 




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ongratulatiom 




FROM THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 



The words of Daniel Webster speak to the 
purpose and program of Church of God ed- 
ucation. He said, "If we work upon marble, it 
will perish; if on brass, time will efface it; if we 
rear temples, they will crumble into dust; but if 
we work upon immortal minds, and imbue them 
with principles, with the just fear of God and 
love of our fellowmen, we engrave on those 
tablets something that will brighten to all eterni- 
ty." Through its colleges, the Church seeks to 
provide that proper combination of teaching 
from the sciences, from the arts and from the 
Christian ethic, We salute those young persons 
who are dedicating themselves to this noble 
pursuit. 




Dr, J. Frank Culpepper 
First Assistant 
General Overseer 



Dr. T. L. Lowery 
Second Assistant 
General Overseer 



Dr. Floyd J. Timmerman 
Third Assistant 
General Overseer 



Dr. E. C, Thomas 
General Secretary-Treasurer 




Raymond F. Crowley 
General Director 



GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF EVANGELISM 
AND HOME MISSIONS 



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Congratulations To The 
Class of 1982 




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Gene D. Rice 
Assistant General 
Director 




Junus C. Fulbright 
Administrative Assistant 




Charles R. Beach 
Secretary of Lay 
Affairs 




Leonard C. Albert 
Lay Representative 



Congratulations Seniors 
South Carolina State Headquarters 




State Council: Left to Right. First Row; George W. Alford, James A. Stephens. State Overseer, Wade H. Horton. Second 
Row; R. P. Grice, Charlie H. Driggers, F. Douglas Morgan, John M. Daniel, Bobby Wynn, Bobby Johnson, Richard E. Porter- 
field 




NORTH CAROLINA STATE OFFICES 
CONGRATULATES THE SENIORS OF 1982 



CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE STATE 
OF VIRGINIA 

"THE OLD DOMINION" 




W. C. Ratchford 
State Overseer 





Fred S. Hopkins 

State Evangelism Director 



Harry M. Miller Jr. 
Youth and C.E. Director 



CONGRATULATIONS 

CAVALIERS! 



COMPLIMENTS OF WAYNE WETZEL MOBILE HOMES — PHONE: (813) 446-9131 




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1981-82 



CONFERENCE CHAMPS 



COMPLIMENTS OF WALTER'S AUTO PARTS AND SERVICE — PHONE: (305) 584-0590 



REMEMBER 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1982! 



THE GREATEST THING IN THIS 

WORLD IS NOT SO MUCH WHERE YOU STAND, 

AS IN WHAT DIRECTION YOU ARE MOVING. 



TENNESSEE'S STATE TEAM 

STATE OVERSEER — JOHN D. NICHOLS 

STATE YOUTH AND C.E. DIRECTOR — DONALD M. WALKER 

EASTERN TENN. EVANGELISM DIRECTOR — JEWELL TRAVIS 

WESTERN TENN. EVANGELISM DIRECTOR — D. W. UNDERWOOD 

STATE L. A. PRESIDENT — MRS. NORENE NICHOLS 

STATE SEC-TREASURER — JULIAN B. ROBINSON 



SOUTHERN OHIO CONGRATULATES YOU, 
1982 GRADUATES 



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Robert G. Graham 
Evangelism Director 



SOUTHERN OHIO STATE COUNCIL 



Congratulations 

To The Class 

of 

1982 

From the Churches of God 
in 

South Georgia 
B. J. Moffet — State Overseer 

Ernest L. Quinley — Youth & C.E. 

Robert Daughterly — Evangelism 
and Home Missions 



The Ministers and Laity 

of 

Florida 



Congratulate You 
On Your Graduation 



"Though wisdom is an house builded; 

And by understanding it is established" 

Proverbs 24:3 

Church of God Executive Offices 
5606 Nebraska Avenue 
Tampa, Florida 33604 



Congratulations 

From The 
State Of Illinois 




Kentucky 

Congratulates the 

1982 Graduates 




BILL SHEEKS 
STATE OVERSEER 



H. B. THOMPSON, JR. 

STATE YOUTH AND 

EVANGELISM DIRECTOR 



DELBERT D. ROSE 
STATE OVERSEER 



J. ANTHONY LOMBARD 

STATE YOUTH AND 

C.E. DIRECTOR 



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